The Institute for Advanced Medical Research proudly accepted the “Best of North Fulton & South Forsyth” award for Mental Health Provider last month! Congratulations and thanks to all of our supporters who made it possible!read more
Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia that is characterized by permanent and progressive memory loss along with personality changes and functional/cognitive impairment. Anxiety disorder can be characterized by chronic, intrusive, and distressing thoughts of a worrying nature. Having either of these medical conditions can drastically affect all aspects of the life of the individual who […]read more
Stress, multi-tasking, and packed schedules make it hard to remember everything – like where you put your keys. But what is normal and what is more serious? It can be hard to know which things are just normal forgetfulness and what is a more serious sign of dementia. Early Alzheimer’s disease does have early flags that […]read more
The Institute for Advanced Medical Research is pleased to announce that Angelo Sambunaris, M.D., founder and Chief Medical Officer at the Institute for Advanced Medical Research, was a guest of the Doc Talk radio show in Atlanta. His interview with Jeffrey Gallups, M.D. will air on Saturday, January 24, 2015 on Atlanta’s 106.7.
Many people hesitate when they hear the words “clinical trial,” mostly because they don’t know enough about the benefits and details of the process. There are plenty of great reasons to join the fight; here are just six of those reasons: Being part of a clinical trial is an important step in the fight against Alzheimer’s. We […]read more
Whether you have been diagnosed with dementia / Alzheimer’s disease, or want to reduce your risk, there are plenty of things you can do on your own to take control of your health: Challenge your brain. Also, get out of the house by visiting with friends and meeting new people. Read, including surfing the internet. […]read more
This year, September 21st was World Alzheimer’s Disease Day. This day represents a time for action, a calling to do something about this devastating condition. The numbers speak for themselves: 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease. Here in Georgia, over 11% […]read more